Tese music fest celebrates its second edition with an array of SA stars

Firstly, you must work on those kilos – that’s if you haven’t begun…

Guitarist par excellence. Nigerian born SA based Kunle Ayo, will feature at this years’ Tese music fest at Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens-Ruimsig on September 30.

Celebrating its second edition, the Jozi Tese music festival will be the place to be as it unleash the best of SA’s musos at the Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens- Ruimsig on September 30th 2018.

Because you would have shed the unwarranted kilos- the likes of Afro pop sensations Mafikizolo, Lady Zamar, Soweto based house music duo Sai & Ribatone, Sama award winning indie rock band Desmond & the Tutus, SA based Nigerian quitarist Kunle Ayo and Afro-house king DJ Ganyani, will keep you on your toes, if not bucket sweating, at the fest.

Described as a kind festival that distinguishes itself through its variety of music styles and most importantly for its investment in emerging bands, revellers will also enjoy an ultimate live music fix from one of Jozis hottest new bands, Rubber Duc and Pretoria music trio, Encore.

‘Tese’ a Sudanese word which means ‘all of us together’ also features local artisan food market, pop-up bars and a variety of exhibitions including health, fashion & beauty.

“2018 sees us continue to work hard to develop and grow the Jozi Tese offering as a trusted brand in the local annual events calendar, bringing revellers more entertaining attractions, improved facilities as well as an impressive lineup of musicians guaranteed to make this a day to remember,” festival director Tshepo Riba said adding: “We have no doubt that the broad array of musicians featured this year will offer something for everyone, whether you are into Afro pop, jazz, rock or pop.”

The 300 hectare Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens is set to accommodate up to 5000 revelers.

Tickets range between R150 (children) and R350 (adults) per person at Webtickets.

For more information visit www.jozitesefestival.co.za


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